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Adam, Christian and Bauer, Michael W. (26. February 2018): Policy and Organizational Termination. In: Thompson, William R. (ed.) : Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics. Oxford Research Encyclopedias, Oxford: Oxford University Press

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In the perspective of a rational policy cycle, termination is the logical end of unsuccessful policy choices. As the deliberate conclusion or cessation of specific government functions, programs, policies, or organizations the termination concept consists of the ending of public policies, as well as public institutions. Its potential as a tool of enlightenment as well as its pitfalls in a world dominated by politics are presented by analyzing five decades of scholarly efforts in the area of policy and organizational termination.

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